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What are the 2 holes in the chain checker tool for?

Old 06-04-19, 12:03 PM
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What are the 2 holes in the chain checker tool for?

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To bring it with you, placed under your water bottle cage I assume..
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If nothing else, at least one of them is there so you can hang it on the pegboard in your shop.
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With proper alignment and timing, you can look through the hole and see stonehenge on the vernal equinox
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To minimize the waste in the recycle bin!
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With proper alignment and timing, you can look through the hole and see stonehenge on the vernal equinox
Or Easter Island during the autumnal equinox.
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